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The Business School Role in Improving Racial Equity

In our efforts to prepare tomorrow’s leaders, we have a responsibility to address the realities of discrimination and promote a culture of inclusion.

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    Re-Envisioning Undergraduate Business Education

    In a time of great future ambiguity, two professors called on the AACSB community to brainstorm possibilities for what a new business education can be.
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    Partnering With Humanities to Improve Job Skills in Business Graduates

    Pairing liberal arts and business courses can better prepare students for a workforce that requires skills often seen as lacking in business graduates.
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    The Business School, Recast

    How can business schools make changes necessitated by COVID-19, without sacrificing student revenue and curricular relevance?
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    Why Now Is the Right Time to Act on Sustainability

    Sustainability may seem unimportant in the middle of a pandemic, but the crisis is magnifying many of the world's problems, which schools can help address.
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    Embedding PRME and SDGs Into Business Curriculum

    How can business schools more authentically deliver on their promises to stakeholders to prepare responsible business leaders and create societal impact?
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    10 Learning Experiences Transforming Business Practice

    The Aspen Institute's 2019 10 Ideas Worth Teaching Awards feature business school courses addressing societal issues like distrust in institutions, fractured public debates, climate crisis, and economic inequality.
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    Course Correction: Recalibrating Experiential Learning in the MBA

    Experiential learning is more than just organizing opportunities for students to work with external clients; we must view experience-based curricula through a learning theory lens to realize the full potential of “learning by doing.”
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